Today in Music: the Arcade Fire, Apples in Stereo, Nick Drake, and more.
For everyone who’d starving for the Arcade Fire, here’s an awesome video of the Arcade Fire performing ‘Intervention’ from their new record Neon Bible, which is due out March 6.
The Apples in Stereo have a new record coming out next Tuesday (Feb 6) called New Magnetic Warning, and Stereogum posted a feature on the video for ‘Same Old Drag.’
YouTube’s position on royalty negotiations appears to be ruffling in the indie world.
Nick Drake has a new record coming out in the spring. Yes, Nick Drake… You’ll also be able to get a glimpse of the man himself at SXSW this year.
The Noise Pop lineup was announced last week and it’s looking awesome.
John Vanderslice is set to tour with support from Damien Jurado, the Submarines, and Black Fiction along the way. Catch him in Seattle at the Triple Door on April 7. *Interesting fact: Every one of John Vanderslice’s records is produced from analog tape and he owns the last all-analog recording studio in the Bay Area of San Francisco.
A few interesting things from Brookyln Vegan today: Tapes ‘n Tapes announce 2007 tour dates; Sharon Jones added a second night at Maxwell’s this weekend; and the Knitting Factory in NYC gets a new sound system.
Pitchfork has a nice interview with Peter Bjorn & John.
Saw this post about the free in-store performances from the Earaches, the Hands, Thee Emergency, and Common Market at Silver Platters on Sunday.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are releasing a new album called Baby 81 on May 1.
The Frames are set to release a new record.
This entry was posted in KEXP, Music News
. Bookmark the permalink
. or leave a trackback: Trackback URL